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Writer, Director

Oakland

I am a writer/director with a wide-ranging interest in world cinema. i use my background in shooting and editing to pay rent, B...

Long Island

Screenplays

 
Valencia, Spain

Writer, Interviewer/presenter (documentary)

Film, Music, & acting art creative

 
fayetteville N.C.

Writing, Editing, Proofreading

Writer, Director

Longmont, CO

Actor, Director, Writer

 
Las Vegas

Writing

Actor, Musician, Writer, Composer, Songwriter, Etc

Stoke-on-Trent

Writer

 
Los Angeles & sometimes Hilo, Hawaii

Hollywood, Obi-wan said it best..."you'll never find a more wretched hive of scum and villainy."

IRMO

Animator, Writer

 
Grande Prairie

Author, Writer, Family

Writer

"every writer is a frustrated actor who recites his lines in the hidden auditorium of his skull." ...rod serling

 

I'm just one man doing the job of a million monkeys with a million typewriters.

Jim

Excuse me while i whip this out.

West Hollywood

Writer of fiction and non-fiction; also a digital animator and editor

 

joe

Writer, House music

Writer

Madison

Writer

 
Folsom

Director, Editor, Producer, Writer

San Francisco, CA

Writer, Actor, Artist, Director

California

 

Writer

Hoodsport

Writer published books "behold the return of" and "the travelers". screen plays: "second coming", "the travelers -earth" "the t...

Writer

 

Recent Reviews from Top Reviewers

Amusing!

4.0 stars
Reviewed by B. J. Edmund
January 06, 2016
“A screwball gym trainer helps a lazy chubby boy get in shape for a date with an old flame,” that story concept as you clearly put it for the premise statement, is fertile enough for comedy. I love it.

Now the script…

I like your s... Read more

A visually scripted story touring the thin line between glee and pain!

5.0 stars
Reviewed by B. J. Edmund
December 06, 2015
‘Pickup Trucks and Poetry’, I first and foremost appreciate the clever flow of pickup trucks theme in the story through bringing in visual action line elements of trucks, more so Kitty’s monstrous pickup truck. I applaud this because it’... Read more

Buddy's Rating

5.0 stars
Reviewed by buddy yandle
April 15, 2015
Excellent write on the 4th edition to Axel's adventure cop series. Liked it from start to finish.
Very Intriguing as well as written. I have always myself liked the Beverly Hill's Cop series, and wanted more. Now, I think we g... Read more

A good story.

2.0 stars
Reviewed by John Millunzi
April 08, 2015
Sean,

Thanks for your patience, It took me awhile to get through your script, even though I liked the story.

If this is a shooting script and you are going to make and direct this movie, I guess you know what to do.

I found the... Read more

My Rating's

5.0 stars
Reviewed by buddy yandle
March 31, 2015
I have to say the lead in is very good for the plot. Your dialogues are tight and very understanding to what is going on with the scenario of the two men's surroundings as well as the stars. I liked it because in my mind I pictured... Read more

My Rating's

4.5 stars
Reviewed by buddy yandle
March 14, 2015
I liked the whole script, especially the formatting and straight to the points of interest, which does not leave a person wondering what direction he or she has to turn. I call this the attention grabber. However, shorten the synopsis an... Read more

My Rating's

5.0 stars
Reviewed by buddy yandle
March 10, 2015
Overall great dialog as well as concept. However, my recommendation would be to reduce your synopsis and be more direct to the point. In my opinion it is a bit to broad and the reader may wonder.

My Rating's

4.0 stars
Reviewed by buddy yandle
March 10, 2015
Overall good concept.

Interesting story, some concern on presentation

3.0 stars
Reviewed by B. J. Edmund
March 10, 2015
The short in story perspective is fine but the script presentation has various shortcomings as I discuss them below.

Your slug lines are not well-stated. The first section of a slug line, defines whether a scene is outside a location ... Read more

Not bad, not really bad, it can be filmed!

3.0 stars
Reviewed by B. J. Edmund
March 01, 2015
Usually scenes given slug lines indicating we are outside an accommodating object like a car or house are meant for establishing that the character or action of focus is inside the object whose exterior and surrounding we see. Eg. EXT. C... Read more